Quotidian Word On the Street, is bringing together seven artists for an online event to celebrate International Migrants Day.
Entitled Sky you are too big #3, it takes place on December 17 at 7pm. It is a free event, but booking is required.
The artists taking part are: Siobhan Brown, Wilhelmina Peace, Frederic Huska, Una Lee, Nandi Jola, Viviana Fiorentino, and Dragoş Muşat.
They will present music, poetry and visual art, and will be celebrating languages and cultural diversity.
The introduction and welcome on the night will be from Maria McManus, Artistic Director/ Founder of Quotidian – Word On the Street.
At the end of the event there will be a showing of ‘The Journey’ by poet and writer Nandi Jola, a one woman play of monologues and dance directed by Jo Egan of MACHA Productions and supported by Arts Counil of NI and Quotidian – Word on the Street.
The film featured in the International Literature Festival Dublin 2020 and Reclaim The Agenda #16DaysOfActivism 2020.
The December event is supported by Community Relations Council (CRC), Arts Council of NI.
Quotidian – Word on the Street Limited is an arts production company dedicated to putting literature, especially poetry into public spaces, in innovative ways intended to engage the general public and not just a literary audience.
You can book Sky you are too big #3 by going to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sky-you-are-too-big-3-tickets-129478496669?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch&keep_tld=1.